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Cookin’ Up Soccer Fundraiser at Chipotle

Cookin’ Up Soccer Fundraiser at Chipotle

Max Larsen, Columnist

November 29, 2018

The Horizon Honors Varsity and JV soccer teams are hosting a fundraiser with Chipotle to raise money to pay for uniforms, jackets, and merchandise. The fundraiser is simple and easy for Horizon Honors supporters to contribute to. The fundraiser will allow not only the varsity team to dress in supportive...

Fill Those Lockers for JV Soccer

Max Larsen, Columnist

October 25, 2018

The Horizon Honors High School soccer team has recently added a Junior Varsity team, new to the scene. This is a great option for students new to high school, or even just a year in. Feeling pressured to impress older students can negatively affect your gameplay when performing. To keep the recently-added prog...

Fall Sports Sign-Up

Evelyn Streit, Columnist

June 4, 2018

As this year comes to a close, many students consider their opportunities for next year, including sports. Sports are a great way to show school spirit and get involved. In Arizona especially, weather is a big factor in which sports people choose to participate in, and fall is one of the best times t...

Chris Paul and James Harden Lead Rockets to Victory at Oracle

Ethan Hurlburt, Columnist

May 24, 2018

The exhilarating Warriors v. Rockets series has made its way to Oracle Arena for Game 4 that featured huge runs by both teams, including a 12-0 run by the Warriors to start the game, leading Houston to tighten up their defense. Houston dominated the fourth quarter, winning the final frame, 25-12, limitin...

Rally for the Rattlers

Meghan Tuzzolino, Columnist

May 16, 2018

The games of the Arizona Diamondbacks are some of Arizona’s greatest sports attractions. However, lately Diamondbacks’ fans have not been entirely supportive through their attendance to games, according to Scholars Blogs. Studies have also shown that the teams with the “best” fans are the New York Yankees...

2018 Major League Baseball Predictions (American League Edition)

Matt Butler, Columnist

April 6, 2018

Baseball season is upon us. Spring Training is over and all 30 teams have their lineups set and are ready to roll for the 2018 season. 30 teams and one goal: becoming World Series champions. Opening weekend has come and gone, and we are in the full swing of the season. Although it’s the first week ...

Tanking Still A Thing for The Suns?

Ethan Hurlburt, Columnist

April 6, 2018

It’s been nine years since the Phoenix Suns have made the playoffs, back when Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire were in their prime. The Suns would face the Pacific division-winners Los Angeles Lakers, who were also the West's top seed, in the Western Conference Finals, but end up losing the series in...

Arike Ogunbowale Wins Notre Dame The Title

AJ Freithoffer, Columnist

April 6, 2018

Notre Dame had possession with three seconds left after Mississippi States 6’7 center,  Teaira McCowan had committed her fifth foul while preventing Notre Dame from getting a clean layup. Then, according to the New York Times, the ball had been stolen by McCowan and passed to her teammate, Morgan William, but whil...

Cutting Edge is Cutting Skill

Evelyn Streit, Columnist

March 9, 2018

Whether you currently participate in a sport or just like to watch it, you can understand how the love of the game can spark some divisive arguments. One such controversy relates to whether technology used in some sports is beneficial to the players or if it takes away from the game and its purpose. ...

Barbara Stevens: Thousand Time Victor

AJ Freithoffer, Columnist

February 24, 2018

Barbara Stevens has been at Bentley University for 32 years now, and hopes to continue coaching there. Her first head coaching job was in 1977 at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, until she moved on to coach for Bentley and decided to stay. According to the New York Times, “Stevens has ...

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